The enterprise was certified as consistent with requirements of Aviation Rules AP-145.1 of the Aviation Registry of the Interstate Aviation Committee.
Quality management system of the enterprise was certified as matching with requirements of the International Quality Standard ISO 9001:2008 by the international auditor “ТUV NORD CERT”.
The enterprise has State Licenses for repair, sales, disposal and processing of weapons and military equipment. The enterprise performs its production operations in close and fruitful cooperation both with the prime designer of helicopters – “Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant”, and with major producers “Kazan Helicopter Plant” JSC and “Ulan-Ude Aircraft Plant” JSC.
On 24 of September, 2009 “Russian Helicopters” JSC (Moscow, Russia), the managing company of the Russian helicopter production industry, and “ARP-405” JSC signed an Agreement “On general principles of cooperation in the area of technical maintenance and repair of helicopter equipment”, enabling the plant to ensure prompt and accessible complex support of airworthiness of Russian helicopters for the benefit of Customers.
Currently the enterprise established partnership relations directly with producers or official representatives of the leading world designers and producers of aviation piloting, navigation and radio equipment. Installation of the most up-to-date equipment allows to significantly expand the range of military and civilian objectives performed by Mi helicopters, turning them into universal flying machines capable of operating twenty four hours a day under any weather conditions in any geographic areas.
The enterprise is located over an area of more than 70 thousand square meters next to the International Almaty Airport. Production facilities, equipped with all necessary technical means and accessories, cover over 18 thousand square meters. They can be used for overhaul, technical maintenance and modernization of up to twenty Mi-8/17 helicopters at the same time. Around 250 skilled specialists work at the factory, including a crew of highly professional test pilots of MI-8/17 helicopters .